People in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, have been converged to a French art show featuring eight complete sets of stage imaging effects at the Guangdong Provincial Art Gallery since the eve of Chinese lunar new year.
Thanks to the application of human intelligence technologies, such as digital three-dimension technology, visitors enjoy intangible images of performers dancing above changing scenes such as oceans, volcanoes, houses and streets at the one-month-long show, which is produced by Nicole Corsino and Norbert Corsino, a French couple team.
The show, entitled "Topologies de l'Instant", opened in the city of Guangzhou on January 30. It had moved to this southern Chinese city after being staged in Shanghai and Beijing last September and November respectively.
By February 17, a total of 15,000 people had visited the show in Guangzhou, which would close by February 28, said gallery sources.
(Xinhua News Agency February 19, 2003)